Meet Nigerian born Dr Olurotimi Badero, world’s best cardiologist and nephrologist

Meet Nigerian born Dr Olurotimi Badero, world’s best cardiologist and nephrologist

Intelligent, smart and seen in the global medical circle as a genius, Dr Olurotimi Badero is one Nigerian the country should be very proud of and the

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Intelligent, smart and seen in the global medical circle as a genius, Dr Olurotimi Badero is one Nigerian the country should be very proud of and the reason is not farfetched. The 45 year old naturalized American has become one of the most celebrated cardiologist and nephrologist in the world. His specialty is in the treatment of heart and kidney disease.

A graduate of Obafemi Awolowo College of Health Sciences, Obafemi Awolowo University, with a medical degree and a graduate of Ogun State University Medical School, he is one of nine doctors at River Oaks Hospital and one of four at River Region Medical Center in the US who specialize in Cardiovascular Diseases.

He has acquired numerous degrees, received various medical certifications confirming him as a leader and the best at what he does. He has Board Certifications in Cardiovascular Disease, Interventional Cardiology and Nephrology from the American Board of Internal Medicine.

Dr. Olurotimi Badero has successfully performed countless medical treatments on patients and has been in practice for over 15 years. His office which is located at Cardiac Renal & Vascular Associates P.C 5240 Robinson Road Ext Jackson, MS 39204 is a Mecca of sort and a beehive of activities daily.

Dr Olurotimi Badero earned his specialty degree in nephrology at Emory University in Atlanta in 2006. According to reports, while taking care of nephrology patients, he realized that most patients were dying from cardiovascular disease and not from kidney disease. Determined to solve that mystery, he returned to SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn, to earn his specialty degree in cardiology in 2009.

After three years of practice in New York, Badero was accepted into Yale University, where he earned three more specialties; interventional cardiology, peripheral vascular medicine and peripheral vascular convention. He received an award for excellence in cardiology from the Association of Black Cardiologists in 2008, became an interventional cardiologist at Central Mississippi Medical Center in 2011, performed the first radial coronary angioplasty in CMMC history and treated nephrology patients for two years without additional pay.

Thereafter, Dr Olurotimi Badero did a one-year fellowship in interventional nephrology and dialysis. In 2013, he formed Cardiac, Renal & Vascular Associates. A deep lover of God, he cherishes his close fellowship with the Lord and is an assistant pastor of Vine Chapel Church. An avid painter, he believes spirituality and creativity are vital to the art of healing.

For the records, Badero had his various education and medical training at; SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn, Residency, Internal Medicine; Yale University School of Medicine Fellowship, Invasive & Interventional Cardiology; Emory University Fellowship, Nephrology; SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn Fellowship, Cardiovascular Disease and SUNY Health Science Center at Brooklyn Fellowship, Interventional Nephrology